Since the introduction of the live blogs at the start of this year they have grown quickly and are available on several F1 sites including BlogF1, Vee8 and F1 Wolf. From this weekend we’re making a few changes to the live blogs which are explained below, plus details of when this weekend’s live blogs will … Continue reading Changes to the F1 Fanatic Live Blogs
Here are the first pictures of the Singapore track at night and in the daytime, and the teams and drivers preparing for the first ever F1 night race.
Turn 10 on the Singapore track is causing some concern among the F1 drivers. Several of them have criticised the high kerbs on the corner. Felipe Massa has an unusual name for them: The kerbs are like little tortoises and if you get something wrong you wreck the car. As mentioned in the Sinagpore track … Continue reading F1 drivers largely happy with the Singapore track, apart from the tortoises
Kimi Raikkonen, the reigning world champion, is the final F1 racer to come under the scrutiny of our driver debates series and. With four races left to run Raikkonen is in serious danger of losing his title: he could even fall out of championship contention in Singapore this weekend. What’s gone wrong for Ferrari’s number … Continue reading Kimi Raikkonen: the driver debates
Yesterday we looked at the first four of the top street circuits listed in F1 Racing in March. All but one of those circuits were used within the last 20 years. The next four are the opposite: all but one were not used within the last 20 years, giving us a more definitive look of … Continue reading F1?óÔé¼Ôäós best street circuits part 2/3 (Video)
Jackie Stewart discusses some of the big talking points ahead of the first ever Singapore Grand Prix – and the first ever night race: the challenges of racing at night, the threat of rain, and the safety concerns.